by Bob J. Deala
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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My Soul Weeps For the Lies My Eyes Dare Not Speak
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Head spinning though so much confusion, I don't know what I'm choosing
hell I don't know anymore if i'm winning or losing
my eyes invoked in anger and her's invoked in tears
seems like it's all falling apart after so many of these years
she telling me to go, but her hands won't let me leave, known to decieve
her actions or her words, I don't know which one to believe
wearing my heart on my sleeve I guess I shoulda kept it in my chest
but no shame in my game cause I know I did my best
to past each and every test to see if we where truly blessed
if not then I guess we just piled up a whole lotta stress
the debate is if we crossed that line between love and hate
funny cause for you I can do one, but the other I can't
mindless actions and repetitions is what put us in this postion
where both of us is yelling and no one wants to listen
this seems like a new edition with all this heartache and pain
got me steadly wondering if we can stand the rain
my heads still spinning though all types of confusion
but I know the answer now and baby i'm losing
us, myself, and you but I don't know what to do
cause the last thing I want is to bid you adieu
you always said we'd be good as long as we had faith
but if that's no longer there, what the hell took it's place
We where suppose to be tight, but due to all these secrets
out love is like glass that's shattered to pieces
if this doesn't work out for the best, guess I gotta live with regrets
guess I shouldn't have have made bets, putting my heart on the line playing russian roulette
just know whatever happens and push comes to shove
and you lose everything on this planet, you'll still have my love.
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|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|Exceptional piece of writing.
|Reviewed by Alexandra Midnight
|Your poem is filled with many great questions when it comes to relationships. You still show your everlasting love "you'll still have my love". Its a great sentiment. Great write.